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Glarks 8" 10-22 AWG Multifunction Wire Stripper/Crimper/Cutter and 175Pcs Twist Nuts Caps Electrical Wire Connectors Screw Terminals with 5Pcs Electrical Tape Assortment Set

♚【About Wire Stripping tool】:
♣ Tool has a wide range use of cutting wire and screws, stripping cable and crimping terminals and connections.
♣ Made of high-grade steel provides enhanced durability and extended life.
♣ Ergonomically large soft-grips provide comfortable even holding for long times.
♣ All of the functions and size guides are clearly marked and colour coded on the tool.
♣ Stripper jaws are precision milled for precise cut and do not damage the inner core wire or threads.

♚【About Wire Caps】:
♣ Including 5 color of grey, blue, orange, yellow and red total 175pcs packed in a box, enough quantity to meet your needs.
♣ With cone shaped spring that holding the wires firmly together.
♣ Widely used for electrical wires connecting.

♚【Electrical Tape】:
♣ Come with 5 different black, green, blue, yellow, red color coded for easy identification.
♣ Made of industrial grade PVC, flame retardant, acid and oil resistance.
♣ They have superior adhesive qualities for spliced wires, cable insulation, wire bundling.

♚【Package Detail】:
Grey Min. 2x#22 Max. 2x#16 x 35pcs
Blue Min. 2x#22 Max. 3x#16 x 35pcs
Orange Min. 1x#18/1x#20 Max. 4x#16/1x#20 x 35pcs
Yellow Min. 2x#18 Max. *4x#14/1x#18 x 35pcs
Red Min 2x#14 Max. 2x#10/2x#12 x 35pcs
Multifunction Wire Stripper Tool x 1
Electrical Tape x 5pcs
Total Quantity: 181Pcs

♚【Warm Note: 】:
♥ Quality Assurance: If you receive a defective product or have any problems during use, please feel free to contact us, we will provide return and exchange service at any time.

Glarks 8" 10-22 AWG Multifunction Wire Stripper/Crimper/Cutter a

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